The reduced Bri-Bri group inhabits isolated communities away of the country’s northeastern region, over the Caribbean slope. They live in family clans determined by matriarchal lineage, and feed themselves from fishing, hunting and farming activities. Their way of living and entourage has kept them isolated from civilization, therefore, they preserve intact their culture and vision of the cosmos. They speak their particular language as well as their spiritual beliefs, based upon their god, Sibu, and offer him rites accompanied by a beverage extracted from cacao, its main cultivation. Their population barely surpasses 2,500 persons.
Su población apenas sobrepasa los 2,500 individuos.